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    Marvellous Grounds

    Marvellous Grounds – a new collection of writing from Between The Lines Books – rewrites the archives of Toronto’s white cis gay history to foreground the struggles and joy of queer and trans people of colour.

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    The battle for Heron Gate

    Mega-landlord Timbercreek owns half of one of the poorest and most racialized neighbourhoods in Ottawa – and they’re evicting over 400 residents to build a new “resort-style apartment” complex. But tenants are organizing from the grassroots and fighting to save Heron Gate.

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    Home Sweet Homostead

    What’s it like to leave behind bright city lights, the gentrification squeeze, and renoviction culture for the Homostead?

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    Good Neighbors: Gentrifying Diversity in Boston’s South End

    What can be learned from the resistance to Boston’s South End’s gentrification project?

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    When Hipsters Dream of the 1890s

    Fashion and dispossession in East Vancouver.

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    The gentry have landed

    Capital and community are colliding in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside as developers and politicians dispossess low-income residents of one of their only assets: their neighbourhood.